Ah, I'll give it a try. Honestly, I've never uploaded EA's so I didn't even think of it. If the script is small and simple enough to look through so I know what it does, I just copy and paste it in otherwise I download it, review, and test it locally first before plugging it into Jamf.
I can work with it either way. Just figured I would mention it in case it wasn't intended to be that way.
Add-ins for Outlook are applications that extend the usefulness of Outlook clients by adding information or tools that your users can use without having to leave Outlook. Add-ins are built by third-party developers and can be installed either from a file or URL or from the Office Store.
@john.sherrod I have an EA on my GitHub that will list all the web-based add-ins that Outlook has loaded. https://github.com/pbowden-msft/ExtensionAttributes/blob/master/Outlook_AddIns.sh
If you're using the Salesforce add-in from AppSource (e.g. https://appsource.microsoft.com/en-us/product/office/wa104379334?tab=overview) this EA will find it.
Thank you so much, @pbowden! I've put that into effect and I'm starting to see data populating into my smart group. Weirdly on my Mac I don't have a com.microsoft.Outlook folder in my ~/Library/Containers folder. Do you know why that might be? Outlook is fully functional on my Mac despite that folder not being present. Just curious if there are other Macs in my organization who are also missing that folder.
Yes Thank you @pbowden. Maybe I'm missing something, but when I run this on my laptop, I'm getting a result of "None". As you can see in the attached screenshot, I've got 6 add-ins added.
I've also noticed that I've got 2 folders which manifest files can be found. One that seems to be tied to "New Outlook" and the other is the non-"New Outlook".
@DBrowning Thanks for alerting me to this scenario! I've made some changes to the logic to account for multiple folders, and to also handle the binary files that New Outlook uses. Can you download the latest script (https://github.com/pbowden-msft/ExtensionAttributes/blob/master/Outlook_AddIns.sh) and let me know your results?
This is not working on macOS Monterey. I get two errors.
command substitution: line 28: syntax error near unexpected token `('
command substitution: line 28: `print -lr -- $HOME/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.Outlook/Data/Library/Application\ Support/Microsoft/Office/16.0/Wef/**/Manifests(om[1,1])'